RV Insurance

Get an RV insurance quote. Save today. Vacation tomorrow.

Make sure you have the right recreational vehicle (RV) insurance policy for your next trip. GEICO offers affordable RV insurance with great coverage for your needs.

We know you love the RV lifestyle – whether it's an RV, camper, motor home, or travel trailer. That's why GEICO's RV specialists are available to help you get the right RV insurance coverage for you.

Specialty RV protection on the open road.

RVers encounter unique situations on the road. With that in mind, GEICO offers these enhanced coverages in most states*:

Learn more about the RV insurance coverages we offer.

Do you need RV insurance?

Most states require RV drivers to carry liability insurance, and the minimum requirements for RV are usually the same as for cars. Make sure you get the right camper insurance by educating yourself on your state's insurance laws and coverage requirements .

Protect your investment with additional coverage for specialty vehicles like RVs and travel trailers. Check out our special coverages to see how GEICO can help.

How much does RV insurance cost?

RV insurance costs depend on factors such as your state's insurance requirements, your driving history, and your needs. The deductibles, liability limits, and RV insurance coverage that you choose may affect the total cost.

The extra protection that comes with higher liability limits may increase the cost of your insurance. On the other hand, a higher deductible may reduce your RV insurance costs.

Unlock potential savings and peace of mind with RV insurance.

Maximize Your Savings

RV Discounts you may qualify for:

  • Defensive Driver Discount
  • Good Student Discount
  • Military Discount
  • Multi-Vehicle Discount
  • Multi-Line Discount
  • Association Discounts
  • Commercial Driver's License Discount
  • Anti-Theft Discount

Pay Your Way

We offer convenient payment methods and plans:

  • Pay online, over the phone, or by mail
  • Choose to pay in full or in installments

Check Your RV Policy Anywhere

Take care of your RV insurance with an online account:

  • Get an ID card
  • View your policy details
  • File or track an RV claim

RV Insurance Coverage With GEICO

Motorized RV and Towable RV Insurance

Enhanced recreational vehicle insurance coverages include:

  • Total loss replacement
  • Replacement cost personal effects
  • Vacation liability
  • Emergency expense coverage
  • Special windshield deductible
  • Recreational vehicle medical payments coverage
  • Medical payment coverage for a recreational vehicle

Travel Trailer Insurance

GEICO provides insurance coverage for these towable RVs and travel trailers:

  • Conventional travel trailers
  • Fifth-Wheel travel trailers
  • Folding camper trailers
  • Truck campers

GEICO even covers the toy-hauler you use to transport your motorcycle or ATV.

Need to speak to an RV insurance or motor home insurance agent?

You can reach us at (877) GEICO-RV (434-2678) for sales or service.

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RV Insurance: Get the answers you need.

  • Do I need RV insurance?
    Absolutely, RV insurance is a smart move for protecting your home on wheels. Much like a car insurance policy, it provides coverage in case of accidents, theft, or damage. Plus, it often includes liability coverage, which is crucial for your peace of mind while you're out exploring the open road.
  • How much does RV insurance cost?
    The cost of RV insurance can vary widely depending on several factors. It's influenced by the type of RV you own (motorhome, travel trailer, fifth wheel, etc.), its value, how you use it (full-time or occasional trips), and where you're located. It's a small price to pay for the freedom and protection it provides as you travel in your RV.
  • What RV insurance coverages are available?
    GEICO offers a range of coverages such as total loss replacement and vacation liability to protect your RV and provide you with peace of mind while on the road. These coverages are designed to address various risks and potential losses that RV owners may face. For more information on the types of coverage available, check out our RV coverages page.
  • How do I get the best RV insurance rates?
    You can customize your RV insurance policy and find a few ways to possibly lower your insurance rates. You should consider whether you're storing your RV in a safe and secure location, decide how you will use your RV, change your insurance deductible, and more.
  • How can I avoid common RV problems?
    You can't predict when a problem will occur but you can help avoid them with simple maintenance. You should check your tires regularly, keep tires properly inflated, replace the old sealant around all windows, and constantly maintain your RV. To protect yourself financially, you should also have RV insurance. For more info, check out our common RV problems page.
  • What RV type is right for me?
    Deciding which RV is right for you comes down to personal preference and needs. Consider factors like whether you need a self-propelled or towed RV, the amount of weight your vehicle can safely tow, and the amount of RV space you need. For more guidance on selecting the right RV type, be sure to check out our help page.
  • Where can I learn more about RV safety?
    To learn more about RV safety, you can check out our safety tips for RVs. These tips provide valuable information and guidelines to make a safe and enjoyable RV experience more likely. By following these tips, you can enhance your knowledge and take precautions designed to help financially safeguard your trailer itself and also help cover you financially in case of accidents or liability issues. So, even if it's not compulsory, it's a wise choice for protecting your investment and ensuring your peace of mind while you're on the road.
  • What's the difference between motorhome and travel trailer insurance?
    Motorhome insurance is tailored for vehicles you can drive, such as Class A, B, or C motorhomes. It provides coverages for both the RV and liability that might arise while you're on the move. On the other hand, travel trailer insurance is designed for non-motorized trailers towed behind your vehicle. It provides coverage for the trailer itself and may also include liability protection. So, the main distinction lies in whether your RV has its own engine or not, but both types of insurance could help ensure you're well-covered during your adventures.

Please note:

Some discounts, coverages, payment plans, and features are not available in all states, in all GEICO companies, or in all situations. The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative and to read your policy contract to fully understand your coverages.

*Enhanced RV coverage is currently available in all states except: HI, MA, MI, and NC.